Saudi Airlines has resumed international flights after seven months of disruption due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the details, the national flag carrier of the Kingdom, Saudi Airlines touched the skies, after getting approval to fly to 20 countries in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe.
Travelers could now fly to Karachi, Islamabad, Cairo, Alexandria, Khartoum, Nairobi, Amman, Dubai, Tunis, Addis Ababa, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Paris, Washington DC, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Manila.
Saudi Arabia partially lifted the suspension of international flights from Sept. 15, six months after travel restrictions were imposed because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Coronavirus Situation in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia reported 21 new coronavirus-related deaths. The death toll now stands at 5,108.
There were 501 new cases, meaning 340,590 people have now contracted the disease. There are 8,662 active cases, and 830 of these are in critical condition.
There have been 481 recoveries, taking the total number to 326,820.
Saudi Arabia has so far conducted more than 7.16 million PCR tests, with 51,849 carried out in the last 24 hours.